The Kruger National Park (KNP) is beginning with the process of reviewing its Park Management Plan as from 18 April 2017, which is a requirement of the National Environment Management:
The Kruger National Park (KNP) is beginning with the process of reviewing its Park Management Plan as from 18 April 2017, which is a requirement of the National Environment Management: Protected Areas Act No 57 of 2003 that stipulates that all protected areas must have management plans and review them every 10 years. All interested members of the public are invited to take part or give input on the Plan through the website on www.sanparks.org as a start. Various structured meetings have been arranged and will take place in areas along the Park starting from Makuya in the Limpopo Province on 18 April 2017 ending at Ka-Mhlushwa in the Mpumalanga Province on 4 May 2017.
“SANParks vision which reads “a sustainable National Park system connecting society” is the cornerstone of the Park Management Plan and serves as a guideline for our engagements with stakeholders. Our first Park Management Plan was approved in 2008 and many people from our surrounding areas had great ideas on how the Park should be run and some of those ideas had the potential to mature into services offered. We hope the Park Management Plan review process will again inspire more ideas from our stakeholders,” said the SANParks Acting Head of Communications, William Mabasa.
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